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Kamala Harris To Allies: My Media Coverage Would Be Better If I Were “White and Male”

Kamala Harris To Allies: My Media Coverage Would Be Better If I Were “White and Male”

No, Harris. It’s because you’re all talk and no action. Plus, you’re insufferable and no one likes you.

Kamala Harris cannot accept the fact that nobody likes her. She is an awful, emotionless woman who cannot connect with anyone. She is a snob.

Now Harris’s allies whined to The New York Times that Biden only used her to win the White House.

That’s hilarious because as I said before no one likes her. She didn’t even make a spark during the primary. LOL.

Harris thinks the media would love her more if she was a white male:

Ms. Harris has privately told her allies that the news coverage of her would be different if she were any of her 48 predecessors, all of whom were white and male. She also has confided in them about the difficulties she is facing with the intractable issues in her portfolio, such as voting rights and the root causes of migration. The White House has pushed back against scathing criticism on both fronts, for what activists say is a lack of attention.

“I think it’s no secret that the different things she has been asked to take on are incredibly demanding, not always well understood publicly and take a lot of work as well as a lot of skill,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said in an interview. “You have to do everything except one thing, which is take credit.”

Even in the best of times, the constraints of the job often make the vice president an afterthought, and not everyone asked to serve accepts it. (“I do not propose to be buried until I am really dead and in my coffin,” Daniel Webster, a former secretary of state, said in the 1840s about declining the job.)

Um, did she not see how the media treated Dan Quayle, Dick Cheney, and Mike Pence? (Notice how they are Republicans)

The NYT is correct. No one remembers the vice-president. No one cares about the vice-president.

Here’s the thing. Harris went in thinking she could do this and that, Biden would put her in charge of major projects. Overall, Harris acted like Frank Underwood when he served as VP in the second season of House of Cards. He didn’t want to be a backup, but an actual force in the White House.

Harris is all talk and no action:

Ms. Harris’s aides have pointed to her work lobbying other countries and companies to join the United States in a commitment to invest about $1.2 billion to expand digital access, climate resilience and economic opportunity in Central America. But little progress has been made on curbing corruption in the region.

On voting rights, Ms. Harris, who asked Mr. Biden if she could lead the administration’s efforts on the issue, has invited activists to the White House and delivered speeches. But her office has not developed detailed plans to work with lawmakers to make sure that two bills that would reform the system will pass Congress, according to a senior official in her office.

Biden gave Harris the responsibility to handle the border crisis. YUGE DEAL. She failed.

But Harris didn’t fail because of her actions. Harris failed because, like the other big tasks, she did not take action:

Representative Henry Cuellar, a moderate from Texas and one of the more prominent voices on border issues in the Democratic Party, said his experiences with Ms. Harris’s team had been disappointing. When Mr. Cuellar heard Ms. Harris was traveling to the border in June, he had his staff call her office to offer help and advice for her visit. He never received a call back.

“I say this very respectfully to her: I moved on,” Mr. Cuellar said. “She was tasked with that job, it doesn’t look like she’s very interested in this, so we are going to move on to other folks that work on this issue.”

In the future, Mr. Cuellar said he would go straight to the West Wing with his concerns on migration rather than the vice president’s office.

Of the White House, Mr. Cuellar said, “at least they talk to you.”

I love that Harris contacts failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton: “There is a double standard; it’s sadly alive and well. A lot of what is being used to judge her, just like it was to judge me, or the women who ran in 2020, or everybody else, is really colored by that.”

No. Body. Likes. You.

Rep. Karen Bass went beyond Harris’s sex: “I know, and we all knew, that she would have a difficult time because anytime you’re a ‘first,’ you do.’ And to be the first woman vice president, to be the first Black, Asian woman, that’s a triple. So we knew it was going to be rough, but it has been relentless, and I think extremely unfair.”

Good Lord. It has nothing to do with sex and ethnicity. It has everything to do with the fact that Harris is insufferable and does not do anything. Her office is a mess, she acts high and mighty, and she spent her time in the Senate preparing for a White House run instead of doing her job.

No wonder females cannot make a dent in presidential campaigns. All they do is whine and cry about sexism and/or racism when they don’t get their way or if someone says something negative about them.

Grow up. Harris, you wanted to be front and center. Don’t cry when it collapses on you when you have not done anything significant on the political front.


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She is fooling herself. White males are considered the scum of the earth by the media.

Ok, self-identify as male and let’s find out.

Harris has been more benefit of the doubt for being unprepared and not working hard at her job than any prior VP by the legacy media

True. If you were white and male they would actually call you incompetent instead of allowing you these insulting and demeaning excuses.

Is that really what you want, Kammy?

She’s gotten pretty far on not being black but mostly on being female … which she had no choice about but used and used and used.

Always excuses. I bet her staff wished that she was white and male.

She’d be smarter if she were white and male too.



    henrybowman in reply to Ben Kent. | December 23, 2021 at 1:06 pm

    Hey, that’s a damn good point!

    CommoChief in reply to Ben Kent. | December 23, 2021 at 2:20 pm

    Ben that’s exactly correct. Biden publicly announced that he was limiting his VP selection to ‘women of color’. Having been selected for the job based on immutable characteristics it seems odd to then bemoan those characteristics in office. The thing is it’s not the characteristics that are the problem, it’s her entitled and self centered attitude. She has zero retail political skills. She comes across as an unlikable, arrogant shrew, much like HRC.

    Each displayed severe Fredo syndrome; demanding unearned respect based upon their ego and self perceived accomplishment that amounted to holding office in a blue state where the field of competition was cleared by the d party machines. Neither had a political career independent of the power, influence and direct intervention of their paramour/spouse. It’s baffling to me why any intelligent person would hold up either of them as examples of independent, accomplished women worthy of emulation or esteem.

    amwick in reply to Ben Kent. | December 23, 2021 at 8:20 pm

    TY Mr. Kent.. that was my first thought.. only I went farther. She never would have advanced in her career at all.. nope.. she used attributes other than merit with Mayor Brown. Such a great example to set for other young women.

“Kamala Harris To Allies: My Media Coverage Would Be Better If I Were “White and Male”

Like Kyle Rittenhouse? Jordan Peterson?
Ooh, ooh, I know! Donald Trump!

Kamala, your media coverage would be better if you were… anyone else, entirely.

“You see the world through your cynical eyes
You’re a troubled young man I can tell
You’ve got it all in the palm of your hand
But your hand’s wet with sweat and your head needs a rest”
“And you’re fooling yourself…..”

A fool, idiot, moron, evil person in power is… still in power.

All the negative press in the world does not change this.

What a miserable idiot.

Are the race card and the sex card (whatever sex is anymore) two cards, or do you get one with a double endorsement on it?

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to Dimsdale. | December 23, 2021 at 2:58 pm

    The Race Card and the Sex Card are separate, and may be used individually, or when needed, as a combination.

    However, the Weight of each card is fluid, and determined at the time of use. For example, she can use the Race Card to claim of being a woman of color, in the context of her non-existent “Blackness.”

    When she is feeling that “I am not worthy” moment, she can use the Sex Card and claim “I am WOMAN, hear me roar!” Which actually has the grating sound of nails on a blackboard as she cackles.

    Lastly, she must be careful not to use the Race Card to claim blackness if it Trumps another person of color who is “authentic.”

What do her fans like most about the dreadful Kamala? Is it her lying, her racial pandering, or her cackling?

She’s one of the worst people in the upper echelon of the Democratic Party.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to benm. | December 23, 2021 at 3:01 pm

    Well, at least she can use her faux “Southern” accent to connect to the people she despises. Like real black and brown people who work and aren’t giving blowjobs in trade for promotions.

    JDeMartino in reply to benm. | December 27, 2021 at 3:25 pm

    “She’s one of the worst people in the upper echelon of the Democratic Party”

    Which isn’t easy, and may represent her only real professional accomplishment.

She might be a little bit right. Her press coverage would have been even better, when it counted, if she hadn’t leaned so heavily on the black and female cards. But on the other hand, without them, she would never have gotten anywhere, not California AG nor anything after that.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to artichoke. | December 23, 2021 at 3:04 pm

    I beg to differ on one point. She never had to use the Race or the Sex Card in the sense that she uses them today – mainly to protect her from ridicule.

    Her experience being ridden as the proverbial town bicycle is what got her the early start in her career.

    It wasn’t until she started looking at the White House that the Race and Sex Cards became necessary.

“I’m an embittered, fallaciously self-styled ‘victim’ and ingrate.”

Harris gets it wrong — she wouldn’t have even reached the pinnacle of success in the contemporary Dhimmi-crat Party, but for her ceaseless references to her skin pigmentation, her tiresome ethnic self-aggrandizement and her equally tiresome references to her female sex. Shades of narcissist-incompetent, Obama, and, too many other empty-suit Dhimmi-crats to name, all of whom have ridden the racial/ethnic status gravy train to political success and undeserved lucre.

It’s always the same, tired and corrosive song, with these Dhimmi-crat hypocrites.

She’s intolerable. There’s a reason she dropped out even before the first ballot was cast in the 2020 primary cycle. Pe0ple hated her, even ‘her’ people.

If she were white and male, nobody would ever have heard of her.

Willie Brown wouldn’t have jumpstarted her career if she was a he.
Prove me wrong.

I was once told that “leaders don’t whine”

I am a woman of constant sorrow
I’ve seen trouble all my days
I’ll say goodbye to California
Where I was born and partly raised

Your mother says I’m a stranger
My face you’ll never see no more
But there’s one promise, darling
I’ll see you on God’s golden shore

Through this open world I’m about to ramble
Through ice and snow, sleet and rain
I’m about to ride that morning railroad
Perhaps I’ll die on that train

I’m going back to California
The place that I started from
If I knowed how bad you’d treat me
Honey, I never would have come

If you must puke, do it in her direction.

Insufficiently Sensitive | December 23, 2021 at 3:15 pm

Harris thinks the media would love her more if she was a white male:

Totally wrong. She helped Biden win in 2020 specifically by being a colored female, and the media was lavish in her support, perhaps even so much that his victory margin was to her credit.

And the media today is foursquare in support of anyone who snivels about evil white males. If she were one, the media would only support her to the extent of her support for Biden – and they might even assign ‘her’ some blame for the Southern border mess were she not shielded by her skin today.

    No. In fact…. Wrong.
    “…perhaps even so much that his victory margin was to her credit.”
    Victory margin was due to cheating and fraud. Biden and Harris did worse than hilarious in 2016 outside cities of rampant theft.

    “… perhaps even so much that his victory margin was to her credit.” Literally no one voted for Biden who wouldn’t have done so anyway because Harris was on the ticket. If anything she cost him votes because some people feared her as president more than they feared Trump. As with all re-election races, 2020 was a referendum on the incumbent, and Trump simply didn’t make the case for a second term. The things he did right were simply overwhelmed by his personal awfulness and that of too many of his followers. There was no cheating – he lost fair and square under our system, just as that other cry-baby, Hillary had. In fact, Trump was almost certain to lose because he wasn’t running against her again. She is the only politician in America more repulsive than Trump himself. Biden could win just by not being Trump, and Kamala was a non-factor, as well as being a non-entity.

Watching this press conference and only one thing comes to my mind: Keith Ellison is an enormous piece of human excrement.

“Ms. Harris has privately told her allies that the news coverage of her would be different if she were any of her 48 predecessors, all of whom were white and male.”

Yup. Because that worked so well for Trump.

Poor, poor, pitiful you.
You know darn well you were chosen for your biological sex and skin tone, Biden said it’s all he would consider.

Prime example: kneepads and Affirmative Action will only get you so far. A mere modicum of ability would do wonders.

The Retired Viking | December 23, 2021 at 4:10 pm

,-la, honey… no likes a sniveler.

She can’t help but revert to the victim card. She is too stupid to know otherwise.

Sorry, Vice President Token, but since your only qualifications were your sex and skin color, nobody expected any accomplishments from you, and you haven’t delivered any.

If you were a white man, you’d have been expected to actually have accomplished something regarding the border.

    If she was a white man, she’d be gay, and simply would have been Willie Brown’s fluffer for the years.

    If shew as a white male, she’d be Pete Butthead, who is gay, and is as useless and as great a contrivance as she is.

    No, she’d be better off being Hispanic. Through then she’d pimp herself out as a Latinex (rhymes with Kleenex), and the Hispanics would hate her.

    She’s just a disgusting character, no matter what the color or gender.

That’s the defense of someone unwilling or incapable of reflecting on her own character, or lack thereof.

She’s obviously jealous of the fawning media coverage Mike Pence received. Who could blame her?

But if she really wants star status, she should wish for the media coverage received by Black male felons who are killed by a policeman. I don’t think it gets much better than that. Maybe she can claim to be a man, and rob/assault someone claiming to be a female. That might get her in the media-sainthood ballpark. 2024 LOOK OUT!!

What if Ms Harris had been born a white male Pygmy with a sexual penchant for transvestite dwarfs?

With that potent intersectionality, Joe would be under her.

Incompetence is a colorless, sexless, genderless achievement.

Alternatively, think about what her coverage would be like if she were a heterosexual white male and just as unlikable, politically inept, incompetent, entitled, phony, and mean-spirited.

Or a white male Republican. She’s at, what 28% now?, if she were a Republican, she’d be in negatives. Ditto if she were a white male.

Before you trash her, did (white male) Ted Kennedy get bad press? Did (white male ) Bill Clinton get bad press? Yes, the key is liberalism, but she’s as much of a leftist as any other…

“… to be the first woman vice president, to be the first Black, Asian woman, that’s a triple. So we knew it was going to be rough…”

Seriously! She had a walk off triple the day she walked into the White House. She could have stolen home the first day. Harris is the perfect example of an affirmative action poster child. VP was probably her first “real job” other than being a black-Asian-woman this or that.

Whether she is good, bad or a big nothing, expect her to fail upward like all good Leftist Dem politicians. She’s probably already writing her eight-figure memoir.

If she were white and male she wouldn’t even have any exposure! Do you think Willie Brown would have paraded around with a white man on his arm? Would Willie have put his white male vacuum into all those offices??
And even if he did, a white male would still have to have SOME abilities other than sexual!
She is delusional – I think they ALL are!

The legacy media was veery tough on Bush Agnew Nixon and many other VOd Harris lives in a glass house if her own making and can’t take stones being tossed at her

The vice presidency has been traditionally a job one can retire in, with nothing to do except act like a First Lady.

Only an petty, STUPID egomaniac like Kamala Harris could screw it up.:

Vice President Quotes That Will Change The Way You View America’s Second Most Important Person:

“I do not propose to be buried until I am dead.” — Daniel Webster, turning down the vice presidency in 1839

“Being vice president is comparable to a man in a cataleptic fit; he cannot speak; he cannot move; he suffers no pain; he is perfectly conscious of all that goes on, but has no part in it.” — Thomas R. Marshall, vice president under Woodrow Wilson

“I go to funerals. I go to earthquakes.” — Nelson Rockefeller

“I am vice president. In this I am nothing, but I may be everything.” — John Adams

“The second office of this government is honorable and easy, the first is but a splendid misery.” — Thomas Jefferson in 1797, when he was vice president

“I have no interest in it. Might very well turn it down, indeed, and probably would.” — Al Gore

“I’ll tell you, Lyndon, the vice presidency isn’t worth a pitcher of warm spit.” — John Nance Garner

“… the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived or his imagination conceived.” — John Adams

“The vice president has two duties. One is to inquire daily as to the health of the president, and the other is to attend the funerals of Third World dictators. And neither of those do I find an enjoyable exercise.” — John “Stocklom Syndrome” McCain

“The man with the best job in the country is the vice-president. All he has to do is get up every morning and say, ‘How is the president?’” — Will Rogers


“Democracy means that anyone can grow up to be president, and anyone who doesn’t grow up can be vice president.” — Johnny Carson

Kamala Harris is trash. Woe are we.

No. In fact…. Wrong.
“…perhaps even so much that his victory margin was to her credit.”
Victory margin was due to cheating and fraud. Biden and Harris did worse than hilarious in 2016 outside cities of rampant theft.

You mean like the media coverage of Dan Quayle, George H.W. Bush and Dick Cheney?